Other attractions are the Tomb of Hoshang Shah,a white marble tomb of extraordinary beauty and construction. A beautiful dome, latticework in marble, porticos, courts and towers that started when he was alive, got completed five years after his death in 1440. Two centuries later when Emperor Shahjehan visited this place, he got the inspiration from the work for his own TajMahal.
The miniature inspired by the majestic mosque at Damascus, Jami Masjid was planned on a grand scale. A huge plinth, a huge domed porch projecting in the centre, with other domes imposing in the background and the spaces with intermediate domes, imposing structures but simple in design. The great court of the mosque is enclosed on all sides by huge colonnades with a rich and pleasing variety in the arrangement of arches, pillars, number of bays, and in the rows of domes above.
The immortal love saga of Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati has a pavilion in Afghan style of architecture devoted to it. Two high tombs from where the movements of the enemy could be observed impose. But the Rani used the pavilion for her religious rituals for the distant Narmada river.
Dhar city, the headquarters of Dhar district is also equidistant as Mandu from Bagh. Those who visit Bagh can definitely take in the sights of Dhar as well.